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.. great signs that sell

scribing dynamic commercial success for all our clients


Signs help your business grow…

Creating success for my clients is at the heart of what I do. Signs are often the most effective marketing tool. 

Recently a new client asked for a window art work that simply didn’t promote his business product commercially enough (in my view – I was concerned) … we went ahead as he wanted and two weeks later I added his product list and he had an immediate reaction.

Why a real painted sign?  All media advertising started out as signwriting.  It is the orginator and proven over centuries. Real (beautifully handwritten) signwriting will convert enquiries in a direct way.

   –  attract new business from passing trade

   –  establish loyalty of existing proud client base

   –  inspire new creative products and new ideas

Classic, brand led signwriting connects with the client because it’s alive and attractive… it’s incredibly human and registers in the memory far better than cold, digitally produced lettering because of its warmth and resonant message.



Keep it simple, Keep it Real

Say: Who you are, What you do … Where you do it – say it clear

Stay ahead… by design

…ahead of the competition and grow your business with our beautifully produced signs. A great place to be and it starts with the first impression your client make of you, at your front door – so getting it absolutely right speaks volumes.

Why come to us when you need a signwriter?

NGS will create a smart corporate identity that will set you apart from the rest, and ensure you stay successful at the fore-front of your marketplace.



For all your sign enquiries talk to Nick or Pam on 07951509238

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Traditional signwriters London Nick Garrett, signwriting for Ted Baker

November 12, 2011

London Sign Writing: Ted Baker new store fit-out


NGS completed 11 in-store panels for Ted Baker’s flagship store in Bluewater Kent. The brief was to bring hand painted feeling to the logos of several themed interior settings using layouts produced by the in-house design team.


The nostalgia ”Tedbury” concept included various village shop sets with quaint writing – a tea shop, a butcher shop and a pharmacy staging… These interior wall and ceiling sets were literally designed as room spaces then ‘de-constructed’ or dissected, with walls displaced creating a broken visual constant: a shifting continual context around the store… heaps of mirrors assisted the whole shabaz, The mix of Goth typography and Victorian ornamentation made the writing fun and after we went over with a distress rub down and glaze, the panels really looked the part.


We are constantly being asked to create aged and retro surface finishes on shop signs and displays these days and it is becoming one of our specialities.


A few weeks later the 2 million pound makeover was complete and running.


Special thanks to all the team and shopfitters.


Article by Nick Garrett, NGS TheLondonsignwriter.com

Shop front Ted Baker new flagship store

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The Apothecary signs in the new flagship Bluewater ‘Tedbury’ quirky themed store

Chalkboard Ted Baker - Nick Garrett traditional signs

…sign writing in Blue Water Kent the fab new Ted Baker store…

from change-room area thru to front of house Ted Baker Nick Garrett signs     Julian Brown flying through the layouts - Nick Garrett signs

Well Hung Butchers!!

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Jules Brown Signwriter at Ted Baker - Nick Garrett signs

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Apothecary sign Nick Garrett Signs

London sign-writer Nick Garrett

Big thanks to John Pope, Dave Uprichard of OPT (http://www.otpstudio.com/) for great layouts and TB fitters and VM designers for preparing the artwork.

For your sign enquiries contact Nick

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